I have a basic hello world app that I'm trying to deploy to a docker container.
I have even tried to set the target to
musl so that it's completely statically linked.
However, I'm unable to make the container run.
Here's the minimal reproduction:
I would really appreciate any help in making this work.
After cloning the repo and ensuring you have a working Cargo and Docker setup, try running the
build.sh file in the project root. It fails for me. Any thoughts on what I'm missing?
When I run
build.sh, this is what I see:
Been struggling with this for over a day. Any help is appreciated. Thank you
cargo clean and try again. The binary
hello_world should only be inside
target/x86_64-unknown-linux-musl/release, not in
Dockerfile looks fine to me. from the screenshot it seems the build is successful. so I guess there might be a problem of loading the image.
first check the images, e.g. what's the output of
docker images? pay attention to the
CREATED column, is the
hello_world:latest image the right image you just build?
you may try to add
--load command line option to
This was it. What a silly mistake to make. Thank you
I was originally trying to make this work so that I could proceed to the next step which is to compile an axum project to work inside a docker container.
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